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Bale rules out leaving Madrid

21 July, 2020

Gareth Bale has a contract with Real Madrid until 2022 and rules out leaving the club prematurely. The player’s agent, Jonathan Barnett, has communicated to the club his intention to end his contract and stay with the club. Currently the Welsh player does not count on Zidanne’s starting team. In recent LaLiga games he has been on the bench and Real Madrid are looking for an agreed exit for the player. Gareth Bale’s contract ends in 2022, so he would have two more years left in the merengue club. In these two seasons, Florentino Pérez would have to pay out around 60 million euros, whether he plays or is on the bench. Bale charges 14.5 million euros net per season.

“He is happy in Spain”

Bale rules out leaving Madrid. From the words of his agent, it is intuited that the player is not going to make things easy for his current team. Speaking to the BBC, Barnett said, “He is happy in Spain and has two years left on his contract. He and his family. It is a shame that Madrid is wasting the possibility of using him because he is a professional and continues to train well”. But it seems that the Welsh disagreement with Zidane is already irreversible.Regarding that, you should ask Zidane himself. Gareth has no problem nor does he intend to survive Zidane by staying, because he knows he is a coach who has done great things.

China sale trumped last year

Florentino Pérez is sorry for not closing the sale of the Welshman last summer. If he had gone to China, Jiangsu Suning, he would have become the highest-paid soccer player in the world, ahead of Leonel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo. However, a disagreement in the transfer made the agreement of both clubs impossible. Real Madrid is aware of how complex it is to find a way out for the player. Gareth Bale is 31 years old and has an excessively high record. Two obstacles that can leave the white club very expensive.

The only viable way out is for the American football league to be interested in the white player. The only feasible option for Bale is MLS, to which the player does not close the doors. “There are many players who want to go there now. It is something that would interest me. Also, I love going to Los Angeles on vacation. I play golf a lot there…”, Bale said a while ago.

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